OMAX CORP.

Basic Information

21409-72nd Ave S
Kent, WA, -

Company Profile

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Additional Details

Field Value
DUNS: 849180518
Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: N
Number of Employees: 105


  1. Effective Processes to Manufacture Advanced Combustion Liners with Shaped Film Cooling Holes for Gas Turbine Engines

    Amount: $99,898.00

    OMAX proposes to develop an abrasive-waterjet (AWJ) system for drilling angled shaped holes in TBC-coated metals and engine components. Waterjet technology has technological and manufacturing merits t ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Army Department of Defense
  2. SBIR Phase II: Development of Subminiature Abrasive-Waterjet Nozzles toward Micromachining

    Amount: $425,679.00

    This Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase II project aims to develop micro abrasive-waterjet technology for automated machining features between 50 to 100 micrometers. The challenge lies in ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 National Science Foundation
  3. Development of Subminiature Abrasive-Waterjet Nozzles toward Micromachining

    Amount: $169,774.00

    This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I seeks to develop a micro-abrasive-waterjet nozzle for machining features between 50 to 100 micrometers. The project is extremely challenging beca ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 National Science Foundation
  4. Next-Generation Waterjet Technology for High-Speed Precision Machining of SiC Ceramic Matrix Composites

    Amount: $69,950.00

    A next-generation wataerjet technology will be developed for low-cost, high-speed, and precision machining of silicon carbide ceramic matrix composites (SiC CMCs). The new process will have cutting p ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Navy Department of Defense
  5. SBIR Phase II: Ultrahigh-Pressure Flash Abrasive-Waterjets for Precision Machining

    Amount: $499,547.00

    This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II project will develop and optimize a flash abrasive-waterjet for precision machining of delicate materials. The use of water in a phase change m ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 National Science Foundation
  6. Low-Cost Automated Manufacturing of Hydrogen Production Components with Multi-Nozzle Abrasive-Waterjets

    Amount: $99,677.00

    Stamping and photochemical machining have been two of common methods for manufacturing multiple flow channels in hydrogen reformers, heat exchangers, and fuel-cell stacks. These methods are too costl ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Energy
  7. SBIR Phase I: Ultrahigh-Pressure Flash Abrasive-Waterjets for Presicion Machining

    Amount: $99,862.00

    This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project will develop ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) flash abrasive waterjets (FAWJs) to mitigate limitations of non-flashing AWJs on precision machining. AWJs ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 National Science Foundation

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